Good ass game. SUCH responsive controls. If there are more games out there with such smooth and responsive combat, I’d like to know which ones! I wish the cutscenes were easier to skip, but that is my ONLY complaint.

Real player with 40.9 hrs in game

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Real player with 39.1 hrs in game

Bayonetta on Steam

The Vagrant

The Vagrant

### “A solid 2D side-scrolling action RPG with engaging combat and charming art style.”

I have to spit non-spoiled review into English and Thai language (Covered final version - Chapter 6)

การรีวิวไม่สปอยล์นี้แบ่งออกเป็นสองภาษา (อังกฤษ – ไทย)

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The Vagrant introduces Vivian’s journey in Mystery Island named Mythrilia. This 2016 kickstarter project is heavily inspired from Dragon’s Crown, Oboro Muramasa, and Castlevania X in term of gameplay and art direction.

Real player with 34.9 hrs in game

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Some games we play. There can be many reasons. Maybe you like how it looks, you hear good things from many people, or maybe even it’s just a popular game that other people play that you want to too. Then there are games out there that you buy just because it reminds you of something else. That was part of why I decided to pick this up on a whim. I looked at it and gave me the impression it was inspired by games like Dragon’s Crown and Muramasa.

So, the game begins with our main character, Vivian, in possession of a mysterious book belonging to her father. We’re told that she is trying to use this book to locate him and discover what he’s been up to after mysteriously abandoning his family one day. After being interrupted and given a strange message from a mysterious owl creature about obsession leading to madness and tragedy, Vivian and her ship are attacked, leaving her stranded on an unknown land. From there, it is up to her to uncover the mystery all the while dealing with anything and everything getting in her way (intentional or otherwise).

Real player with 33.0 hrs in game

The Vagrant on Steam

Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure

Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure

This is the best game ever!!! Its so fun because there is no violence and has helpful features to make it through easier. The dialougue is real snazzy becuase it makes me feel like i am actually talking to my favorite princesses!!!! The cutscenes even include my character with voice acting too!! The magic commands are simple, they have pleasant animations like the twirl one thats my favvvv ^w^ I like how the tasks dont demand any rush and leaves you to explore all you want. Turning the poor little imps back into sprites is so uplifting and so is helping out all of my bffs throughout the story. Plus running around the locations makes me really very happy because i get to twirl around with the wand and look at all the sparkles, I could do it all day!!

Real player with 200.8 hrs in game

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Obvioulsy I bought this for my daughter. She’s 4 and has grown up in a world with ipads and media on demand and wireless internet isn’t a luxury but rather almost a legal right. This game is atrocious on every aspect. Even though I bought it on a deeply discounted Steam sale, I still feel ripped off. My 4 year old immediately complained about the low quality of graphics. There is no resolution settings. At all. It’s defaulot resolution will essentially just scale to your native. My native resolution is 7860x1600 (triple 30" lcds). Reducing the resolution down to 2560x1600, the game still looks like crap. Secondary, the controls are some retarded arrow key and spacebar combo with M and N as action keys. There is no default recognition of the Microsoft Xbox/PC remote controller, and I was unable to reprogram it ato the game, since the game seems to override controller recognition upon start. Your kids are stuck with the keyboard and mouse. Just learn like I’ve learned…when you see the “Disney” logo, it always means “FAMILY FOCUSED (soccer mom minivan, stepford wives, corporate whored out shit show applications and movies and themeparks.”

Real player with 21.5 hrs in game

Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure on Steam



Full Review Curator Site

Video Review:

I received ICEY as part of a bundle with the Steam Link. Actually, I bought the Steam Link and got ICEY with it, but I was curious about why it was the game to be featured in the Steam Link Bundle, so I put it in my queue, though near the bottom. Well, it’s time to finally look at ICEY and figure out what’s so special about it.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

NOTE: This review is still being updated constantly to accomadate to any changes in my opinion and updates of the game itself.


ICEY seemed like a great game. It’s beautiful, and I was extremely curious. I’m a mad fan of hack and slash games, and I wanted to get another one. But a lot of reviews seemed to be negative while also being positive at the same time. I could tell this sort of game was a gamble, and I was worried I wouldn’t like it.

But, a lot of steam curators recommended the game, so I bought it and tested it out. I had loved The Stanley Parable, which, was found in ICEY according to many players. I was pretty doubtful that it wouldn’t be that good, but I really don’t regret my decision. I enjoyed the game, it was INCREDIBLE fun killing monsters, and was very unique.

Real player with 11.5 hrs in game

ICEY on Steam



TL;DR: If you enjoy 2D platformers, buy this game.

Seraph is a fast paced platformer that frees the player from the need to aim. This may sound strange at first but spend a bit of time with this game and it becomes clear that the developer Dreadbit has taken full advantage of this conceit to open up a platformer with a strong focus on mobility, positioning and ability usage. Enemies here are faster and more agile than in your typical platformer, with unique attacks that will keep your on your toes and on the move. Few games can convey the sheer speed and nimbleness of their protagonist the way Seraph can.

Real player with 324.5 hrs in game

Seraph is hard to class. The game has traits similar to shooter games, action RPGs, platformers, and roguelikes. But it isn’t any of those. At its core, the prime mechanic is the “progressive account” mechanic (my new term). What I mean by this is you play through the game, kill stuff, collect stuff, and improve stuff. Eventually, you beat the final boss or hit a wall, and you can’t continue. So, what is next? You start over. However, all the improvements remain on your account. Once you collect a set number of superior shards, you have the choice to be reborn. This rebirth will erase the progress on your account but bestows a permanent bonus. In Seraph, you can do this a maximum of five times.

Real player with 89.3 hrs in game

Seraph on Steam

Blades of Time

Blades of Time

If I had to describe this game with one word, that would be: FUN!

Successfully blending elements from games like Prince of Persia, Bloodrayne, Tomb Raider, Devil May Cry and God of War, Blades of Time accomplishes quite a lot, considering it came almost out of nowhere (except a prequel, of sorts) and from a mostly unknown gaming company.

The game greatly manages to establish its world and lore, without weighing too much on them: the story is centered on an adventure guild, which, through a magic sphere operated by its guildmaster, sends its members in a remote mythical island called Dragonland, that is rumored to contain many treasures, as well as dangers.

Real player with 55.0 hrs in game

Blades of time, You play the role of Ayumi who is a duel wielding sword user who is out to find treasure in the mysterious world of Dragon land. While looking for treasure you unfold a story of immortal beaning, chaos, humans, and other unknown creatures in this beautifully design world.

While this game is your tipcial hack n slash game. You are gifted with the powers of magic and time. You are able to rewind time back and use your “clones” to help kill certain monsters or help figure out puzzles.

Real player with 49.3 hrs in game

Blades of Time on Steam

Chronicles of Teddy

Chronicles of Teddy

I loved the atmosphere of Finding Teddy, the orignal game, and obviously was really interested in its sequel. I almost died when I saw they completely jumbled up the orignal’s mechanics and changed up even the basic GENRE of the game. We went from a simple Point & Click with a pretty original gimmick to a full fledged love letter to The Adventure of Link, my 2nd favourite Zelda game of all time. That alone made this an insta-buy for me and I was not dissapointed.

They actually managed to make a platforming game with similar battle elements to Adventure of Link while keeping the spirit of teh first game intact, both in atmosphjere and in the original gimmick, that being able to communicate and solve riddles via musical notes. They added a whole new langauge element to the game as well which felt like the obvious upgrade.

Real player with 42.9 hrs in game

A GIRL SITS IN THE DARK playing a video game one summer evening. It looks a lot like another game you may have seen before, or perhaps even played yourself. Abruptly the strong glow of the television cuts out and shrouds the room and its contents into shadow. Upset by this, the girl tosses her controller to the carpet, stands, and roots around in a nearby chest – eventually pulling out a small dagger and green coloured shield. Now so equipped, the girl traverses the disparate rooms of the nigh empty house with the resolve to find out the cause of this unwelcome interruption. In the basement she finds something strange… and peculiar. The nebulous shade of a teddy bear floating next to an open doorway full of bright light beckons the girl to follow it into the luminance beyond the portal. She renews her grip upon her dagger and shield, descends the basement steps, and begins her adventure.

Real player with 26.5 hrs in game

Chronicles of Teddy on Steam

The Initial

The Initial

TL;DR - Probably wait for a sale to 5 CAD and only get the game if you have a controller available for yourself.

OK now finished with the game - played normal difficulty. The game became slightly more fluid with the first update in terms of combat. The first update also included rebindable key option for KB+M players.

If you have played this game:

then you’ll find that the two are very similar in terms of gameplay except at a slightly slower pace and weaker story; though both games don’t really have a strong narrative.

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

I keep my old review at the bottom

I can see the sincerity of developers. They solve lots of problem within one day.But there is still some annoying problem.Let’s take about the gameplay after a recent update.Shall we?

First, they balanced the difficulty, I do accept this balance. I have completed this game in normal and try very hard mode.It is good now.

Secondly, we can change key binding now. However, we cannot do this with the gamepad.I think the developers will add this option in the future.

Real player with 4.6 hrs in game

The Initial on Steam

Assassin’s Creed® Liberation HD

Assassin’s Creed® Liberation HD

Short Version: A solid 6/10. Not the best the AC franchise has to offer, but I’ve seen worse games.

The Not So Short Version:


  • the Bayou area - I could almost smell the swamp.

  • The fabric of New Orleans: this city has character!

  • The three different personas of Aveline. I loved that you get 3 different lives within one game and one character.

  • The story/plot of the game.

  • Sugar cane machete as a weapon. Need I say more?

  • Connor re-appears. It’s always nice to see a familiar face.

Real player with 34.8 hrs in game

I am kind of biased because I love the AC franchise, and how it mixes historical and science fiction with conspiracy theories, and I have been a fan of stealth games since the original Splinter Cell way back when as well as the Prince of Persia franchise, which I’ve played to the point where each new playthrough would be essentially a speed run with some story interruption. It should be taken into account that this is a port of a PS Vita game, so it doesn’t have the depth and breadth of a typical AC entry, but it is still worth the time. So, let’s get down to it:

Real player with 24.0 hrs in game

Assassin’s Creed® Liberation HD on Steam



Only buy this if you love seeing virtual bouncing boobies and a G-string. And if that is the case definitely check out the skins that I posted in the guides section .


🔲 My 90 year old grandma could play it

☑️ Easy

🔲 Normal

☑️ Hard

🔲 “Dark Souls”

This game is either extremely easy or extremely hard. There is no middle way. Why? Because most mobs you need to kill just die after a few basic hits. But there are mobs that can only be harmed by specific spells/skills, very fun… trial and error. Then there are the bosses; all of them are sponges with insane health bars. While they are not hard this does mean if you mess up somewhere in the fight and die you can experience the fun… of bashing another 10minutes against a health bar. So maybe hard isn’t the right word. More like extremely tedious.

Real player with 12.7 hrs in game

I played the demo for Blades of Time, and I thought it was pretty good, so I bought it in a bundle and bought this with a 90% coupon I got for free. To be honest, my expectations were low–X-Blades has a pretty poor reputation from what I’ve read, so it couldn’t really go anywhere but up. It took me nine hours to beat the game though I could’ve cut it down if I wasn’t stuck in one portion.

X-Blades is the story of a young woman in a skimpy outfit destroying statues and vases while slaughtering scores of monsters and critters. I guess I’d classify it as a beat-em-up of sorts, the kind where the game will seal off an exit and you have to deplete a health bar on the bottom of the screen with enough monster death to continue. Or maybe you have to find these monster generators and destroy all of them AND kill all of the monsters in the area to continue. Combat is fairly simple, as you attack with your gunblades with slashes or shooting at distant enemies. There’s a Rage meter that rises with damage dealt and taken, which falls with time or when casting spells, as it’s kinda like an MP bar in a way. You gain Souls from enemies you butcher and the things you destroy, which you spend on learning new spells or getting in a quick anytime heal or Rage boost.

Real player with 10.4 hrs in game

X-Blades on Steam